Cayman Bar Life
Cayman’s bar scene is as eclectic as one could hope or imagine from a cosmopolitan Caribbean island which also has a casual laid-back feel. The first thing to decide is whether to hit Seven Mile Beach or head East, where several great local bars with stunning views and warm smiles can be found on your way around the Island.
The second thing to decide is whether to start your evening watching one of our magnificent sunsets at a waterfront bar with your toes in the sand or at one of our many sophisticated in-land bars. This can be followed by a shift in gears to a cosmopolitan club or bar where the well-heeled like to go, or for the sport lover, to one of our many sports bars.
As ever the bar scene has changed and places new to the scene this year include: Elements Ultra Lounge which has two floors with areas to dance, top DJs and a decadent late night party scene; XQ’s for a swanky Seven Mile Beach gathering spot; Club House for a true sportsman’s paradise and KARoo with its stylish sophistication.
For the casual sunset bar scene you could try Hammerheads, Rackam’s, Cblu, Margaritaville and Breezes in George Town; My Bar at Sunset House in South Sound; Royal Palms, Ports of Call at The Wharf, Sol Bar at The Marriott and Bar Jack at The Ritz-Carlton on Seven Mile Beach; Tiki Beach at the top end of Seven Mile Beach; Macabuca in West Bay; Kaibo in Cayman Kai and Tukka in East End.
If you want to chill out in style at a sophisticated cocktail lounge then you could try Barolo or Karma on Seven Mile Beach; Abacus, KARoo, Michael’s Genuine or
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For those that enjoy listening to live music there are numerous choices and you can read more about the options later on in this chapter. And for those of you that like to dance and stay out late, see later in this chapter for our recommendations on the best places to go and what times they are open until.